We want to hear from you!
There are so many “glows” and “grows” within the SEL Dallas community! We want to hear what’s working well for you!
Let’s SEL-ebrate one another for our excellent work in demonstrating the Guiding Principles of SEL Dallas.
These stories are compiled from the SEL Success Stories shared via the purple button above. Share your story and help SEL-ebrate the successes of your peers!
SEL Welcome Letter
The Welcome Letter is a SEL practice that supports building a trusting relationship with students at the beginning of the school year. Students and teachers discuss goals for the school year, likes and hobbies.
Meet Sandra Martinez!
Meet Dallas ISD’s new Family Engagement Coordinator. We are excited to welcome Sandra to the team. She will help establish and provide opportunities to engage families. schools, and the community, enhancing academic achievement and social-emotional learning skills.
SEL Guiding Principles Superstars
May Superstar – Resilience
Mrs. Slack is the Guiding Principle Superstar for Resilience. She demonstrates it every day as the Counselor at Lorenzo DeZavala Elementary.
May Superstar – Engagement
William Warren, Fine Arts teacher at Martin J. Weiss, is the Guiding Principle Superstar for Engagement. He puts forth extra effort to engage students in their learning. Read more…
May Superstar – Environment
Hiva Koons 5th Grade Teacher at Kiest Elementary is this month’s SEL Guiding Principle for Environment. Read more…
May Superstar – Relationships
Lorane Conde, 5th Grade Teacher at Bayles Elementary is this month’s SEL Guiding Principle for Relationships. Read more…